|Hey You, Choose Your Own Adventure - No-Source Netlabel|
Keywords: indietronic; folktronic; acoustic; mellow; indie; instrumental; folk; electronic
Downloads: 1,006 (1 review)
|The Fear of Farewell - Apsis Lappet|
"The Fear of Farewell" is Apsis Lappet's third release and second full length album. These nine songs are nothing less than face melting, tripped out, synth infused, pop music. Apsis Lappet has always been experimental in nature. Fans will be happy to know that "The Fear of Farewell" pushes new boundaries, contains many catchy hooks, and experiments in pop song structure. This album shares some sonic similarities with Apsis Lappet's debut, "Suite Happy Sweet"...
Keywords: no-source; electronic, pop, acid, trip
Downloads: 469 (1 review)
|Another Day, Another Way - No-Source Netlabel|
To celebrate fifty releases on No-Source Netlabel, we've compiled a new compilation consisting on No-Source artists, exclusive tracks, and upcoming bands from the net scene. "Another Day, Another Way" really shows off the sound that is No-Source, with quieter, acoustic driven music, and a good dose of electronics. The compilation kicks off with Multi-Panel's "Christmas with Mr. Rice." This is no holiday song though with washed out acoustics and electronics stuck in a reverb blender...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; electronic; compilation
Downloads: 1,041,348 (2 reviews)
|Nylon & Turtle - Sergi Boal|
Sergi Boal (from Barcelona) is an accomplished classical guitarist. No-Source and Acustronica are pleased to bring you his debut album, "Nylon & Turtle". This album contains nine original compositions that solely focus on Boal's acoustic guitar playing. Plucking and strumming fight for dominance in each of these dynamic tracks. Boal is quoted as saying that he is influenced in some way by the music of Baden Powell, Brad Meldauh, Radiohead, and Jose Gonzalez...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; classical guitar; instrumental
Downloads: 54,928 (1 review)
|In a Realm of Uncertain Summer - Wacky Southern Current|
Wacky Southern Current returns to No-Source for a new album of hauntingly beautiful instrumental music. “In a Realm of Uncertain Summer” sees Marco Cervellin find middle ground between instrumental soundtracks, acoustic moods, and post rock sensibilities. The title track kicks off the same vibe given by Air's “The Virgin Suicides” soundtrack. The instrumentation is top notch as apparent on “Eaten by Your Own Sun”...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; instrumental; post rock
Downloads: 48,222 (1 review)
|Love Song Before Sleep - Parametic Delay|
Parametic Delay is Benk Robo and Dittea. We often imagine how our childhood was, wishing that we could shrink back into a kindergarten state, running endlessly, tirelessly playing and filled with a joyous smile. The first song in this modest work is entitled "Childhood Reheated" containing this childhood imagination. Filled with tales told by parents, a house made of cake and chocolate, playing football in the clouds, being a dwarf, being a superhero, dreaming about a small spots of ice cream ra...
Keywords: no-source; toytronic; electronic; toysound
Downloads: 514 (2 reviews)
|Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree - Wacky Southern Current|
Mellow, instrumental, post rock. Wacky Southern Current's "Like The Wind Within The Hollow Tree" is neither wacky nor southern. Marco Cervellin of Italy plays most of the instruments himself creating a hushed, minimal, peaceful landscape of down tempo, acoustic music. From the electronic tinged opening track, "I Took a Journey" to the ambient feel of "Unterkircher", this album sways without ever straying too far...
Keywords: no-source, post rock; instrumental; mellow; acoustic; down tempo
Downloads: 2,721 (2 reviews)
|Retain Mist - Multi-Panel|
Multi-Panel returns with a mini-album companion piece to last year's Train Times For Sway album. Retain Mist is initially more accessible than Train Times and still proudly carries the folktronic flag. The rhythms here are simpler, the melodies catchier. Prepare Rain's soft guitar strums hide under layers of synth blips. Restraint focuses on the minimal as acoustic guitar takes the spotlight, backed by electronic sounds and sparse vocals...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; folktronic; acoustic
Downloads: 377 (1 review)
|Cedarleaf - Rho|
Steve Setzepfandt and Josh Wittman are back with their second release on No-Source and third full-length album "Cedarleaf," the follow-up to 2009's "Glass Memories." "Cedarleaf" is Rho's most accessible album to date. It is a beautiful mix of electronic rhythms, synth swirls, and guitar driven melodies; a pop landscape with a mountain range of cinematic style. "Sun Justice" begins the album with soft ambient electronics, leading into the dark, electric guitar-heavy "Mississippi." "K-Eyes" sees R...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; electronic; ambient; guitar; acoustic
Downloads: 1,762 (1 review)
|Back Roads - Apsis Lappet|
Apsis Lappet returns with a new release and quieter, darker batch of tunes. These are the twists, the turns, the back roads of your life. Three synth infused instrumentals act as bookends for Nate's own brand of Lo-fi pop. You can feel Nate channeling acts like Bright Eyes and early Why? on songs like Bubble Wrap and Alco Tea. Journey through the Back Roads with us.
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; lo-fi; experimental; indie rock
Downloads: 307 (1 review)
|op.1 - For Solacing Grief|
For Solacing Grief’s release “op.1” brings five tracks of mesmerizing instrumentals. Exquisite guitar work builds a bridge between all the tracks. From start to finish the release is filled with beautiful moments. The music appears as a silent place of refuge. Time dissolves while you slowly drift into emerging sounds. Melodies and harmonies unfold with room to breathe. Small details take on greater significance in this ambiance and special moments are captured...
Keywords: no-source; guitar; instrumental; postrock; slowcore
|Full-Source Remix Contest - No-Source Netlabel|
"The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea" is a fantastic album filled with swirls of toy instruments, acoustic tinkerings, and mellow electronic pop. Full-Source has provided Remix packs to 6 of the 13 tracks from the album. Get your DAWs ready for some remixing! You have until --= DECEMBER 1st 2010 =-- to submit a remix. Full-Source will pick his favorite remixes to be included on a "The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea" b-side and remix album.
|Home EP - B for Brontosaurus|
B for Brontosaurus is everything there is to love in the world of indie pop. Quirky waves of lyrics interweaving with with non-traditional instrumentation transport you back in time to a different age. Every song dabbles in harmonies while the trio trade in their guitar and bass for the occasional synth, piano or harmonica. For those familiar with B for Brontosaurus' debut full length, expect a mellow listen with the Home EP...
Keywords: Indie; Pop; Rock; Chamber
|Farewell These Unkown Suns - Full-Source|
Farewell These Unknown Suns is the final Full-Source album. These twelve songs close the book on the last thirteen years of musical experimentation in the realm of electronic pop music. Collected are elements from all styles of Full-Source over the years. The finished creative output is an album that is unique and (for the first time) very much sounding like Full-Source. The sun sets, we look to the stars...
Keywords: no-source; toytronic
|Molassachusetts EP - Hot Molasses|
About Hot Molasses: Hot Molasses is Greater Somerville’s most beloved purveyor of power pop. Named after the Molasses Flood that swept through Boston’s Commercial Street in 1919, Hot Molasses is once again rising to engulf you in its dark tide. The band consists of guitarist/vocalist Ben Abrams, bassist/vocalist Andrew Cohen, vocalist/tambourinist Julia Dickinson, drummer Pete Kriensky, and guitarist Doug Sisko...
Keywords: Indie; Rock; Power Pop; Country; Punk
|Eyes Wide & Empty Hats - Full-Source|
Following the release of Full-Source's third album "The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea" a remix contest was started to promote and expand upon the sound and themes of the album. A year and many remixes later, a companion album, "Eyes Wide & Empty Hats" enters. This album carries on the toytronic atmosphere with seven songs from the same recording session that produced the The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea as well as seven favorable remixes by new artists and No-Source favorites...
Keywords: no-source; indie; electronic; folktronic; ambient; remix
|Random - Someday and Shine|
Someday and Shine is the solo project of Galih Kharisma Putra from Indonesia. "Random," recorded in 2010, encompasses themes of loss, separation, and loneliness. Galih writes lyrics around acoustic guitar and lo-fi minimalism. The first track, Hilang, starts off the album with field recordings, effects-laden guitar lines, and lo-fi vocal crackle. Sendiri Padam is mournful, effect-drenched vocals paired with simple low-frequency guitar lines and midrange plucking...
Keywords: no-source; lo-fi; acoustic
|Suite Happy Sweet - Apsis Lappet|
Experimental lo-fi synth pop. Apsis Lappet is the solo project of Texas native Nate Kitchens. His music is as catchy as it is non-conventional. Listening to Apsis Lappet's debut, Suite Happy Sweet, I'm hit with waves of nostalgia. These songs are the songs created inside of my daydreams as a child. Kitchens manages to recall every note as he writes the aged lyrics and crafts this EP. Spidermunkey recalls a synth punk inner city attitude while Happier Day and Mellow remind me of early Magnetic Fi...
Keywords: Electronic; lo-fi; Experimental; Synth; Pop
|All It Takes - Multi-Panel|
"All It Takes" is the third album by Multi-Panel, the solo project of Ludo Maas. Native to the Netherlands, Ludo has been perfecting his style of loop based electronic music pared with vocals and acoustic guitar. On "All It Takes", Maas blends Lo-fi IDM with Americana, creating a decidedly cinematic experience. Each track blends to the next like scenes in a movie. Nostalgic guitar rifts become the canvas for the synthetic flourishes and expressive synth work...
Keywords: no-source; idm; americana; acoustic; folktronic
|Death City Able - Tardiss|
Tardiss are back with five brand new tracks, keeping with the analogue, Boards of Canada quality we all know and love. “Death City Able” is a structured city-scape. Saw-wave synths, downtempo beats and backwards guitars usher in “Mono Overdrive” in a late night cruise through some deserted downtown metropolis. “Red Eye Open Shut” is a short, melodic ambient synth piece. A dream of other worlds before another day in the bustling city...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; downtempo; ambient; idm
|Train Times For Sway - Multi-Panel|
Ludo Maas recorded this definitive folktronica album back in 2004 under his solo project Multi-Panel. Train Times for Sway was set for release sometime in 2005, but due to uncontrollable circumstances, the album remained lost to our ears and hidden in the vaults these past five years. For those familiar with Multi-Panel's Door EP, this album will be like coming home after a hard day's work. Electronic rhythms mix into hushed vocals and guitar, while lush synth swells cultivate richness and depth...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; folktronic; electronic; guitar; acoustic
|Her Sound Became my Prayer - Grids/Units/Planes|
Grids/Units/Planes is Andrew Foley of Brisbane, Australia. His slick, unique production style forges a brilliant mix of IDM and electronic shoegaze. Only five tracks deep, this album visits a multitude of textures. The title track combines elements of M83 and Album Leaf with spoken word, plucked synths, building to a brilliant wall of sound. "Kaleidoscopes and Cathedrals" has a music box quality and the feel of some later Boards of Canada material...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; IDM; shoegaze
|The Key - dmyra|
dmyra is Robert Demes II of Costa Rica. He has been known in the net label scene for some time with his unique blend of genre defying alternative music. He's released on such netlabels as 4-4-2 Music, Clinical Archives, Bump Foot, and INQB8R. We're very happy to welcome dmyra to No-Source with his chilled out new release, The Key - Five new songs of downtempo non denominational indie blues bliss. Some of his best work to date...
Keywords: no-source, Spiritual Revival, gospel, folk, blues, acoustic, alternative, Uni-verse, Non denominational
|Summercramp - Guy Honeymoon|
Guy Honeymoon of Sheffield UK brings us nine songs of life, love, and getting through the day. Guy sticks to the basics with stripped down guy-and-guitar pop songs. The bells and whistles would just get in the way. The lyrics and vocal melody is the meat of Guy's work and the element that will immediately draw you into his music. This is the voice of a traveler, and a sincere one at that. Amelia, Hollow Hearts and Pocketknife were recorded with Andy Miller (Mogwai, Arab Strap, Scout Niblet) at C...
Keywords: no-source; guy honeymoon; acoustic; pop
|The Curse of Kevin Carter - The Curse of Kevin Carter|
Better known for creating ambient soundscapes with lush melodies and densely collaged samples, Ross Baker - has written an album of haunted pop songs on guitar and keyboard under the name The Curse of Kevin Carter. Produced in a lo-fi manner inspired by his obsessive listening to Guided By Voices, John Frusciante and early Beck, The Curse of Kevin Carter finds acoustic and electric guitar, piano, synths, noise and a heavy dose of tape hiss hiding beneath Ross's fragile voice...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; lo-fi; experimental; indie
|In a cat's dream - Naked Polly|
Naked Polly returns to No-Source with "In a cat's dream." The five songs on this EP were recorded prior to Oscar's debut album. The sounds on "In a cat's dream" are very similar to "A day in a night." The difference is in the more acoustic sound found on the EP, not to mention Spanish lyrics. The songwriting and elements on psych are still there. The first three tracks sit nicely next to each other with their indie acoustic tones...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; indie
|A day in a night - Naked Polly|
No-Source is excited to welcome Naked Polly to the roster. Naked Polly is the solo project of Oscar Granero from Madrid. His music focuses around acoustic guitar, piano, and voice, manifesting into some great mellow psych-folk. "A day in a night" is Naked Polly's first full-length album. The songs are a-wash with reverb, sprouting flourishes of synths and wind instruments throughout. Percussion work is minimal or non-existent...
Keywords: no-source; psych; folk; acoustic; indie; chamber pop
|Maritime - Fires Were Shot|
Fires Were Shot are an amazing instrumental duo from Texas, United States. Their sound can be categorized as textural, guitar driven ambient music. No-Source Netlabel is excited to debut Fires Were Shot's long-form single, "Maritime" to the world. Fans of Cheer, talkingmakesnosense, or Brian McBride (of Stars of the Lid) will instantly fall in love with the sound of Fires Were Shot. Maritime, at over twenty eight minutes, takes you on a journey out to sea and back...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic, ambient, drone, instrumental
|Book of Burrow - Book of Burrow|
The debut, self-titled release from Book of Burrow is a cozy, whimsical snapshot of instrumental folktronica. Similar in style to The Books, Book of Burrow, a collaborative project between Michael Carrier and Morgan Quirk. They build short musical pieces out of sampled instruments, snippets of recording sessions, and electronic clicks. The God Tree opens the album with hi-hat rhythms and glitch filled guitar delay...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; instrumental; folk; folktronic; laptop
|Two - Fukkitol|
Fukkitol's new EP "Two", is a whirlwind of ideas, emotions, and sounds all collage together into five pieces of experimental electro-acoustic IDM. The first track "jobb Ingen" could be mistaken as something by AFX while the second track travels from quiet piano to elctro-prog rock, to some sort of low key Aphex Twin piece. Tracks three and five remind me of some of Four Tet's more experimental work...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; acoustic; electronic; experimental; idm; abstract
|pEACEFANg EP - pEACEFANg|
pEACEFANg is the solo project of A. Fischer from Portland, Maine. Fans of his group project, Selbyville, will notice distinct similarities between the two musical outlets. pEACEFANg delves into the minimal state of sound, focusing quiet instrumentals around acoustic guitar or Casio CT-310 keyboard. "Country Tune" begins the album with soft waves of twangy guitar drones. "ct310" showcases the lo-fi versatility of the Casio CT-310 keyboard...
Keywords: no-source, folktronic, electronic, ambient, acoustic, minimal, instrumental, casio, guitar
|The Lantern, The Ghost, and The Sea - Full-Source|
The Kalimba is a percussion instrument from Africa, sometimes called a thumb piano. It is also the basis for Tim Dwyer's latest album as Full-Source. Its soft metallic tones resonate throughout 10 of the 13 songs, winding in and out of the glockenspiels, synths, beats and other assorted instruments that form the backing track to lyrics exploring themes relating to the metaphorical lantern, ghost and sea of the title...
|[MotNiM] - dmyra|
[MotNiM] (short for Mystery of the Ninth Morning) is a new EP of music by dmyra. At only three songs, these are some of dmyra's longest and deepest tracks to date. As the album and track titles suggest, this musical work is shrouded in mystery. Each minute is just as cryptic as the last. The final track, a complete epic, will still leave you wanting more. More music and more answers. dmyra told me that "interpretation is everything." Perhaps that is the key to the meanings within...
Keywords: no-source; occult, post rock, folk, acoustic
|Picture puzzle pattern door - Sekotis|
Tom Stokes returns with another Sekotis album on No-Source. "Picture puzzle pattern door" further melds the worlds of IDM and Post Rock. The track "Rivers & Mountains" sparks the album into existence with very little electronics. The piece is comprised almost entirely of cleverly layered guitar work. The second track, "The suns that teach the sky to dance" juxtaposes playful electronic melodies with distorted glitch beats...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; IDM; postrock; indietronic; instrumental
|Proiekt Massage EP - Proiekt Massage|
Proiekt Massage was a short lived project from 2002 - 2003. The Slovenian band consisted of Yoshi (kruh), Samo (Automassage), and Rok (Neuf Meuf, Automassage, kruh). In that year they produced only one EP. No-Source is pleased to be able to share this archived work with you. The music is experimental and lo-fi in composition and sound. Electronica, ambient, post rock, noise influence throughout. Melody and noise compete throughout...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; ambient; lo-fi; experimental; post rock; noise
|Glass Memories - Rho|
No-Source is pleased to re-release a newly re-mastered version of Rho's second album, "Glass Memories." You may have heard a couple of these tracks before if you grabbed their "October Turncoat EP." Originally released in 2009, these seven tracks show all sides of the Rho sound. This is also their most guitar-centric album. "Suspended on a Wide Hinge" hangs upon strumming and plucking before delving into the twenty-two minute epic, "Laserfaced"...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; indie; rock; downtempo
|Another Setting Sun - Second Thought|
"Another Setting Sun" is the final album from Second Thought, the previous recording name of UK musician Ross Baker. This album is the coda to a quintilogy of full length albums released between 2004 and 2011. Music of Second Thought has always stayed close to the concept of dream-like travel, troubled wordless travel, and organic journeys. For those familiar with Second Thoughts output, the sound of "Another Setting Sun" fall directly between "Purlieu" and "Leaf Pass"...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; ambient
|Roadside Sketches - Art Sonic|
Art Sonic is musical output of multi-instrumentalist Richard Lisaj. Richard brings his new album, "Roadside Sketches to No-Source. The album is full of great acoustic guitar lead instrumentals. "Roadside Sketches" is the first part of the Southwestern trilogy, a project inspired by a 3-week long road trip to the American Southwest (Colorado, Utah and New Mexico). Richard recorded a wealth of material during this trip and also did some field recordings which later, back in his studio, got incorpo...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; folktronic; instrumental
|Stay Gold - Will Bangs|
It's difficult to classify "Stay Gold" as an album in the traditional sense. The debut No-Source release from Will Bangs is more so an initial, beautiful spark of a grand experiment than it is the final words to a long mulled over topic. This collection of work (tracks 1 - 9) represents impressive sketches and musical beginnings. As a listener, these short, loop based, instrumental pieces of guitar driven folktronica stand very well on their own...
Keywords: no-source; instrumental; folk; folktronic; acoustic; remix contest
|Blue - Tardiss|
Tardiss return with their third release on No-Source and their most intricate release to date. This five track EP is made up of rich textures, full arrangements, and a brilliant sense of wonder. "Blue" begins with the epic "Missing Lincoln". The track shifts from complex synth work and commuting IDM rhythms to a more acoustic sounding down tempo piece, before bring it all together in crescendo. The second track, "Define Grit", induces a vision of urban cinematography...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; IDM; down tempo
|Stay Golden - Will Bangs|
In 2011, No-Source Netlabel kicked off a remix contest for Will Bang's album Stay Gold. As you may remember, Stay Gold was created as a starting point for musical collaboration. Now that the initial contest is over, No-Source brings to you the remix EP "Stay Golden". The EP contains five tracks, remixing four of the songs off Stay Gold. These five tracks come across less as remixes and more as a compilation of songs by different artists...
Keywords: no-source; indietronic; remix; electronic; remixes
|Best Of No-Source Vol. 1 - No-Source Netlabel|
Tracks from No-Source Netlabel 2009-2010. Contains a previously unreleased track, a remix of a track by Uniform Motion from Full-Source.
Keywords: compilation; Electronic; Acoustic
|False Start EP - Background Radiation|
No-Source Netlabel is pleased to bring you the re-release of Background Radiation's debut EP. The amusingly titled "False Start" was originally released in 2008 on Jog/Shuttle. The 2012 version has been recently remastered and contains a previously unreleased bonus track. This new track, titled "Recovery Basin," is based upon elements from their 2010 track "Discovery Basin." "Discovery Basin" can be found on No-Source's debut compilation "Hey You, Choose Your Own Adventure." Like Background Radi...
Keywords: no-source; downtempo, electro-pop, inditronic, acoustic
|TinyBrightStatic - Majka Is Board|
Majka Is Board is Robert McAdam of Scotland. TinyBrightStatic may be Robert's first effort under this moniker but his years of musical experience easily show through. Four lovely instrumental electro-pop tunes have been crafted for your listening pleasure; ambient , progressive, and dance - equal parts fun, retro, and chill. The title track kicks it off with a catchy melody. You'll swear that vocals are going to kick in at any moment but Majka keep it purely instrumental...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; electronic; idm; electro-pop; instrumental; progressive; chip-tune
|I Want To Grow Old With You - Will Bangs|
Will Bangs returns to No-Source with a lovely album full of warm and friendly folk songs. "I Want To Grow Old With You" was recorded by Will last year, live, in one sitting, with a bunch of his friends singing along. The outcome is a raw, acoustic album that is in equal parts endearing and spontaneous. These are songs of memories, traveling, friendship, and love. We'll let the songs explain further...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; folk
|Thisistar - Tardiss|
It's great to welcome back Tardiss to No-Source with their brand new album, "Thisistar." This album picks up where "Blue" left off, further refining their sound into something that full bridges lo-fi indietronic and hi-fi IDM. The album kicks off with the over nine minute sprawling epic "Willbury Road." Downtempo beats are the center stage for this album. Long rhythmic grooves intersect with short interludes before fading out in the last few minutes of the album with the majestic ambient piece "...
Keywords: no-source; electronic; ambient; lo-fi; indie; IDM; downtempo
|People In Grass Houses - Sekotis|
Sekotis is British musician Tom Stokes. His album “People In Grass Houses” is full of melodic electronic music juxtaposed with layers of soothing, effect-drenched guitar and bass. Sometimes the guitars are so processed that the line between acoustic and electronics becomes blurred. The organic nature of “People In Grass Houses” is what sets Sekotis' music apart from others. Tracks such as “From A Grain Of Sound The Mountains Grow” and “Those Damn Tree Pixies” focus entirely on gu...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; electronic; shoegazing; guitar; ambient
|Sparkling Days, Sparkling Nights EP - Fighting Lion|
Fighting Lion returns with his new EP, “Sparkling Days, Sparkling Nights”. This is the followup (both sequentially and musically) to last year's “When I see the fallen leaves turning red by the setting sun my heart is overwhelmed EP”. This is where we see Álvaro Menéndez grow as a musician, develop, and refine the sound that is Fighting Lion. The backbone of this EP is still the ukulele, playing Beirut inspired Balkan rhythms over the course of six colorful instrumentals...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic, instrumental, folktronic
|Mold and Moisture - Tardiss|
Mold and Moisture, the fourth release by Tardiss on No-Source Netlabel is a trip back in time. These nine tracks make up a collection of early works recorded between 2002 and 2004. What we see here is the beginnings of a sound that Tardiss has gone on to shape into their definitive style. It is a decidedly more electronic and experimental album than the previous Tardiss records. There are still those nostalgia tendencies that peak from time to time...
Keywords: no-source; electronic, experimental, lo-fi
|Your Blues Are Rough - Mark Ge|
No-Source is pleased to ring in the New Year and embrace 2012 with a release from Mark Ge. Mark Ge is a musician and writer from the North-Eastern United States. His first EP includes a collection of lo-fi bedroom recordings and one studio recording. Most of "Your Blues Are Rough" is just Mark Ge singing and playing guitar. The lo-fi quality really brings the listener and these tracks to a more intimate setting...
Keywords: no-source; lo-fi, folk, indie